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krf-blogbenchOpenBenchmarking.orgPhoronix Test Suite 10.2.22 x Intel Xeon E5-2620 v3 @ 2.40GHz (12 Cores / 24 Threads)100993K KWC612S28 x 8192 MB Undefined2792GB AVAGO MR9361-8i SCSI Disk Device + 0GB AMI Virtual HDisk1 USB Device + 0GB AMI Virtual HDisk0 USB DeviceMicrosoft Basic DisplayRAS Async + Intel I210 Gigabit Connection + Intel I210 Gigabit Connection #2 + Microsoft ISATAP + Microsoft ISATAP + Intel Converged X710 + Intel Converged X710 #2 + Intel Converged X710 #3 + Intel Converged X710 #4Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Build 96006.3 (x86_64)6.3.9600.16384Unknown1024x768ProcessorMotherboardMemoryDiskGraphicsNetworkOSKernelDisplay DriverFile-SystemScreen ResolutionKrf-blogbench BenchmarksSystem Logs


BlogBench is designed to replicate the load of a real-world busy file server by stressing the file-system with multiple threads of random reads, writes, and rewrites. The behavior is mimicked of that of a blog by creating blogs with content and pictures, modifying blog posts, adding comments to these blogs, and then reading the content of the blogs. All of these blogs generated are created locally with fake content and pictures. Learn more via the test page.

OpenBenchmarking.orgFinal Score, More Is BetterBlogBench 1.0Test: Readkrf-blogbench2K4K6K8K10KSE +/- 182.35, N = 311435

OpenBenchmarking.orgFinal Score, More Is BetterBlogBench 1.0Test: Writekrf-blogbench80160240320400SE +/- 2.96, N = 3386